1. Pick Your Sculpture Base
choose one or two of the following:
halved: melon (cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon, etc), pineapple
whole: grapefruit - apple - orange - pear
2. Pick Your Fruit
choose a variety of your favourites:
banana - mango - kiwi - melon - orange - apple - plums strawberry - blueberry - raspberry - blackberry peaches - pears - grapes - pineapple - cherries - etc.
3. Prep Your Fruit
Cut up the fruit in a variety of sizes to create kebabs. To create interest and texture, half some berries & grapes while leaving some whole.
You can use mini cookie cutters on large slices of harder fruit like apple, melons and pineapple.
Toss apples and bananas with a bit of lemon juice to stop them from browning before adding them to the sculpture.
Place your sculpture base on a plate, platter or cutting board.
Create an assortment of kebabs by using bamboo skewers and toothpicks.
You can use only one piece of fruit or many per skewer/toothpick.
Remember to leave the skewer/toothpick exposed at one end for anchoring it into the base.|
Now poke the kebabs into the base.
Be creative. Give your sculpture a face, or turn the sculpture into a funny monster, see how high you can create a tower or just make your sculpture abstract and fun. It’s time to your use imagination!
Keep a memento of your Edible Works of Art!
Use the Yoghurt Dip Recipe below for dipping your fruit.
Creamy Yogurt Dip
1 cup greek or non-dairy yoghurt, plain or flavoured
2 tablespoons honey or maple syrup (omit if using flavoured yoghurt)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1. Place all ingredients in a bowl and stir until well combined.
2. Serve with an assortment of fruits.
About Rosie's Kitchen
Rosie Coelho is Owner and Chief Creator of Deliciousness at Rosie’s Kitchen Co. As a Food Enthusiast and Certified Culinary Nutrition Expert, she loves to inspire people to connect with themselves and loved ones through food.
Rosie also shares her epicurean passion through Culinary Classes and Experiences - having people become rock stars in their own kitchens. Whether beginners or more experienced cooks, there is always something new to learn and a great way to gain kitchen confidence, while having lots of fun!